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PIC® Micro Principles Teachers Pack V10 By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $8.83
PIC® Micro Principles Teachers Pack V10 eBook covers all the topics of this popular software title used in schools and colleges worldwide for over twenty years and now also available as PC,... More > Tablet and Smartphone Apps. See Additional Notes at the back of the book for instructions to download the accompanying interactive App which brings the 250+ topics to life by allowing you to insert your own values. Visually on a phone or tablet it looks almost identical to the eBook pages, except you can edit the inputs to update the graphics and calculations to reflect those changes. The teacher packs also include an unlimited user network site licence for your school with even more interactive features including making your own student hand-outs, large screen viewing for whole class teaching and much more. Both applications can be unlocked with your eBook purchase receipt for no additional charge. A combined eBook, App and Unlimited User Network Site Licence educational package.< Less
Learn Accounting, Maths and Computing for Business Studies on Your Smartphone By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.60
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Learn the PIC® Micro On Your Smartphone By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.59
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Learn Electronics On Your Smartphone By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.60
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Learn Electrical On Your Smartphone By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.59
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Learn GCSE Maths on Your Smartphone By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.60
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Learn Mathematics On Your Smartphone By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.60
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Gcse Maths V11 By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.60
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Computer Science Principles V11 By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $2.59
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Electronics Principles Teachers Pack V11 By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $9.12
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less

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Paperback: $6.20